Issue: 19410701

Tuesday, July 1, 1941
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Beautiful Norwich Home
Beautiful Norwich Home
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THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
THE HANOVER INN GIFT SHOP
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THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
THE DARTMOUTH NATIONAL BANK
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Table of Contents
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IN THE FINAL ISSUE of the College year, we present in this July number a review of Commencement and class reunions. In addition there is published, beginning on page 17, the first directory of Dartmouth men now engaged in
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Masthead
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This Month
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW HAMPSHIRE
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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GILE & CO.
GILE & CO.
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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Dartmouth College (Reunion Song)
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George W. Rand & Son
George W. Rand & Son
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HENRY N. TEAGUE '00
HENRY N. TEAGUE '00
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Commencement Closes 172nd Year
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500 Seniors Receive Bachelor of Arts Degrees at Impressive Exercises in the Bema, Where Wendell Willkie, Secretary Knox and Eight Others Get Honorary Degrees
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Second Reunion Week-End
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Four Classes Gather at College After Commencement; New Arrangement Meets With General Approval
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Reunion Cups
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THE WINNERS of the reunion attendance cups this year were 1901, which received the Class of 1894 Cup for the highest percentage of members back, and 1936, which won the Class of 1930 Cup for the greatest number of members.
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Alumni Tribute to President Hopkins
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AT THE ANNUAL MEETING of the General A Alumni Association during Commencement week-end, tribute to President Hopkins upon the completion of 25 years as head of the College was formally paid by the rousing adoption of the
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Valedictory to Class of 1941
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President Hopkins Calls for Mental and Spiritual Conditioning of Dartmouth's Youngest Generation
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Seniors' Valedictory
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PETER M. KEIR '41 SPEAKS FOR CLASS AT COMMENCEMENT
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11,12,13
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Baccalaureate Hits Hypocrisy
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William Alfred Eddy Refuses Comfort to Our Enemies In Hard-Hitting Address to Seniors
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Dartmouth Awards Honoraru Degree to Ten
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The characterizations, or citations, delivered by President Hopkins in conferringhonorary degrees on ten prominent leadersin varied fields of American life at theexercises in the Bema Sunday evening,June 15, before a crowd of 4,000, follow:
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The Fifty Year Address
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Edward T. S. Lord '91 Looks at the Future and Calls the Outlook "Fundamentally Hopeful"
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Directory of Alumni in Service
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THE FOLLOWING LIST of alumni in theservice of the country was compiled atthe latest possible moment before going topress with this issue of the ALUMNI MAGAZINE and it carries 760 names. The list willbe out of date, or incomplete, in a
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Key to Abbreviations. Location of Camps, Forts and Fields
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IN ORDER TO FILL OUT the abbreviated or unfamiliar data in the Directory of Alumni in Service carried on these pages the following key is published:
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LOCATION OF CAMPS, FORTS, AND FIELDS
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Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md Adams, RI Albrook Field, Panama Barkeley, Tex Barksdale Field, La Belvoir, Va Benjamin.Harrison, Ind Benning, Ga Blanding, Fla Bliss, Tex Bowman Field, Ky Bragg, NC
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Fund Sets All-Time Record
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ON JUNE 26, with four days of the campaign remaining, the 1941 Alumni Fund honoring President Hopkins' 25th anniversary had already created Fund history with a grand total of .$152,884. This figure is $23,098 higher than the previous
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Sports
Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Dartmouth Nine Trips Cornell in Commencement Thriller; Varsity-Alumni Team Wins on Following Week-End
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
CREDIT UNION NORTH AMERICA
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James F. Cusick
Roy F. Bergengren's Book on the Credit of Union Movement, Reviewed by Prof. James F. Cusick
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
THE WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA
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H. Wentworth Eldredce '31
by Sydney A. Clark, '12, Prentice Hall, 1941,P. 344. $3.00.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
MILLIONS OF BOOKS, THE STORY OF YOUR LIBRARY
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Nathaniel L. Goodrich
by Marshall McClintock,'26, The Vanguard Press, 1941, p. 95. $1.75.
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Books
BOOKS BY DARTMOUTH MEN
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
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THERE HAS JUST APPEARED a very attractive book of 40 pages, printed by George T. Bailey at the Rum ford Press, Concord. This is Pioneer Printing at Dartmouth, by Professor Ray Nash, with a check-list of Dresden imprints by
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
1886 Its 55th Reunion
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HENRY W. THURSTON
JUST BEFORE I reached White River Junction Friday, June 13, on my way to meet our '86 boys and girls, I met the father, mother, and sister of Thomson Littlefield, Class Poet for 1941. The poet drove from Hanover to meet his
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
1891's Golden Anniversary
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F. E. ROWE
OUR FIFTIETH is now a thing of the past. All over and the men on the way home; those who were there glad to be there but sorrowful as our thoughts turned to the living so far away as to make it impractical to attend even if
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
The 45th Reunion of 1896
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HARRY D. LAKEMAN
THE FORTY-FIFTH REUNION of our class was held with our headquarters at North Massachusetts Hall. After holding five Reunion observances at South Fayer-weather, the removal to a new Commencement home required considerable
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
Fortieth Reunion of 1901
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E. M. STEVENS
THURSDAY AFTERNOON was fair and warm as the Stevens drove up to the Inn and registered, the first of the class to arrive in town. Ros and Beulah Bogue, all the way from Lansing, Michigan, came in soon after and from then on we
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
Thirty-Fifth Reunion of 1906
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EDWARD B. REDMAN
A NOTHER GLORIOUS REUNION has passed into the annals of the Class of 1906. And except for the weather it was a grand occasion. While a great many of the regulars were missing, some of the men who had not been back for a number
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
1911's Thirtieth Reunion
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NATHANIEL G. BURLEIGH
HERE IS THE LIST of those 90 men and 61 wives who helped make 1911'S Thirtieth Reunion one of the best yet. The number was not as high as on some previous occasions but surely all fully enjoyed the privilege of being together
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
Super Twenty-Fifth of 1916
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FLETCHER R. ANDREWS
To SAY THAT the 25th reunion of this noble class was a success would constitute a gross understatement. It was a "wow"! Everyone to whom I talked, and that about covers the whole class and their female escorts, waxed
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News of Reunions
The Tremendous 20th
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CHARLES A. STICKNEY JR. '21
THE TREMENDOUS TWENTIETH has come and gone. And with it '21 has hung up another set of new records for the class to demolish at the end of five years. Not only has a new high for class fellowship and unity been established, but
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39,40,42
Class Notes
News of Reunions
Fifteenth Reunion of 1926
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ROBERT E. CLEARY
"Dartmouth there is no music for our singing, No words to bear the burden of our praise Yet how can we be silent and remember The splendor and the fullness of her days?"
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
The Tenth Reunion of 1931
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CHARLES S. MCALLISTER
As WE DROVE BACK down from Hanover to New York and had a chance to think about the three perfectly swell days we had in Hanover, we again came to the conclusion, as we always do, that Dartmouth is the grandest college we know
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Class Notes
News of Reunions
1936 Wins Cup with 250 Back
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E. T. CHAMBERLAIN JR.
168 MEMBERS of the Class of 1936 and 82 of the world's most beautiful wives invaded the previously placid plains of Hanover on the week-end of June 20th for a reunion commemorating five years of postcollege life. Events
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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[A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month: Full notices may appear in this issue or may appear in a later number.]
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ADVENTURES IN SCIENCE OF DR. HERRICK '81
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Omar Ranney '28
No ONE EVER devoted himself more enthusiastically to the search for greater scientific knowledge than did Dr. Francis Hobart Herrick, Dartmouth '81, who died September 12th at the age of 81 in his home in Cleveland.
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Craftsman's Fair
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THE EIGHTH ANNUAL Craftsman's Fair of the League of New Hampshire Arts and Crafts will be held this year at Dartmouth College from August 11 through 16. Davis Hockey Rink will be the scene of handicraft displays and of
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